Posted on: Mon 19 Nov 2012

Fans have until this afternoon to bid through eBay for our exclusive poppy-embroidered match-worn shirts from the game against Liverpool.

All money raised from the eBay auctions will go towards the Royal British Legion's Poppy Appeal. That's on top of the £15,122 Chelsea fans helped raise for the cause during the game through bucket collections and the matchday raffle.

The shirts, which include a poppy in the centre of the chest, were worn during our home game against Liverpool and are signed by the respective players. That includes John Terry, who scored his 50th Chelsea goal in his shirt.

The poppy is the official symbol of the Royal British Legion and originates from the poppy fields of Flanders, the scene of some of the most tragic battles in World War One.

The Poppy Appeal helps raise funds for men and women from the armed forces and their families, offering financial, social and emotional support through the Royal British Legion charity.

Click here to register your bid and be in with a chance of owning a piece of Chelsea memorabilia.